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Enterprise: Season One (2001)
Movie Review by The Gravedigger

Enterprise: Season One (2001) This prequel series takes place about a hundred years before Kirk's time, to chronicle the adventures of the first Starship Enterpise. The first episode, Broken Bow, introduces enthusiastic Captain Jonathon Archer (Scott Bakula) and his crew--and also their annoyance with the Vulcans. The humans believe the aliens have been holding them back from space exploration the past ninety-years, which is true. A Klingon crash lands in a cornfield in the Midwest, pursued by green skinned shape-changing aliens called the Suliban. They injure the Klingon and in order to prevent a war with the Klington Empire, the newly commissioned Enterprise is sent to take him back to Quo'nos, the Klingon Homeworld. The Klingons here have the bony ridged heads, not the human looking ones from the original series (it's finally explained in Season Four why they have the two different types of Klingons).

Archer's second in command is a female Vulcan named T'Pol (Jolene Blaylock) and his ship's doctor is a Denobulan named Phlox, the only other alien among the human crew. There's some chemistry between T'Pol and Charles "Trip" Tucker, the ship's engineer.

In TERRA NOVA, the crew discovers a lost colony of humans, who have been surviving in underground tunnels after their atmosphere contaminated with radiation from a meteor. THE ANDORIAN INCIDENT introduces the blue skinned, antennaed Andorians. They don't like the Vulcans one bit.

The primary villains are the Suliban and their Temporal Cold War they are involved with. They have received genetic modification technology from someone from the future and pretty much do as they command. Archer discovers that one of his crew members is really an agent from the future, making sure that the time-line proceeds as it should. In the season's cliffhanger episode Archer is trapped 900 years in the future in which a Federation never happened and where the Earth is in ruins.

To be honest, I have to say this is my favorite STAR TREK series next to ST: NEXT GENERATION. The characters are all very unique and interesting and presents Starfleet in a different way than I had imagined they would. Also, because this is a prequel to Kirk's Star Trek this show still holds up in continuity with the recent movie, which in fact mentions Archer.

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